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Students will be focusing on two chapters (six sections) pertaining to "Oceans." Everything from Ocean Composition and Waves and Tides, to Life in the Ocean and Ocean Pollution. Learning will be interactive with online, as well as, small group instruction.

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The students will be able to understand the life cycles of various animals, including that all animals are born, develop into an adult, reproduce, and eventually die.   This unit is intended for first and 2nd graders.  The focus of the unit is the lifecycle of the painted lady butterfly.  

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We will be working to develop a plan to  protect our school garden from the weather hazard, frost.  We will grow and monitor how our plants are affected by frost during this period. We will also analyze and collect data over a time period.

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Portraiture has evolved from very formal photographs similar to classic oil paintings, to very informal snapshots and even Selfies. Portrait photography can be one of the most challenging forms of photography. Capturing a photo that appears natural and conveys the subject's personality is a skill that takes patience and practice.

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This unit is a part of the 2nd grade Social Studies curriculum. Students look at the key features of maps and communities and differentiate natural and human characteristics. Through Google Classroom, students work collaboratively to develop their own communities, including the development of a map with key features about their community. 

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In this unit, students will use blending skills and rhyming knowledge to learn -at family words. Students will be able to write simple 3-5 word sentences using at family words. This unit was created with the target audience being students with significant disabilities. 

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This unit is intended to teach students about healthy food options and healthy hygiene. The unit covers healthy snacks and food options as well as hand washing and teeth brushing. This unit was designed with the intended audience of students with disabilities. 

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The Students will create a short monologue, role play, and pick from a variety of choices listed here Tic Tac Toe Grid of options with links to rubrics .

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In this unit on Chemical reactions students will be able to differentiate between the five different types of chemical reactions of synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, double replacement, and combustion reactions. Students will also be able to apply the Law of Conservation of Matter and Mass towards chemical reactions; specifically balancing chemical reactions.

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In this unit on evolution, students will investigate and communicate information that common ancestry and biological evolution are supported by multiple lines of empirical evidence.

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